Announcing our Fall 2019 Fellows  

We are thrilled to announce the recipients of our Fall 2019 Fellowships—a group of 27 artists and scholars representing 9 countries and 11 disciplines. Fellows from Uruguay to Japan will develop new projects in Bogliasco this Fall, including a musical composition inspired by climate change in the stark winter environment of the Arctic, a play about the 1872 trial of Susan B. Anthony, and a documentary about the great 20th century photographer Peter Hujar, who chronicled the vanished world of the '70s and '80s East Village that was decimated in the AIDS epidemic.

Among our Fall 2019 Fellows is our 3rd Van Cleef and Arpels Bogliasco Special Fellow, the Irish poet Vona Groark. During her residency, Groarke plans to finish Hereafter, a book of poems, lyric prose and historical fact about Irish Domestic Servants in New York at the end of the nineteenth century, including Groarke's own great-grandmother, Ellen O’Hara.

Click here to see the full list of upcoming Fellows and read more about their work.

Carl E. Hazlewood at the Study Center Gallery

Our Study Center Gallery features rotating exhibitions of work that our Fellows developed while in residence. Currently on view is work by Fall 2018 Visual Arts Fellow Carl E. Hazlewood.

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About

An American nonprofit with a program in Italy, the Bogliasco Foundation awards one-month Fellowships to individuals of all ages and nationalities who have made significant contributions in the arts and humanities. Fellows live and work in bucolic surroundings on the coast near Genoa, where natural beauty combines with an intimate group setting to encourage inquiry and transformative exchange across all disciplines. 

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Twice a year, the Foundation welcomes applications from individuals doing creative or scholarly work in the following disciplines: archaeology, architecture, classics, dance, film/video, history, landscape architecture, literature, music, philosophy, theater, and visual arts. The Foundation awards approximately 60 Fellowships each year in seven residency periods that run from September through May.

Fellows

Now nearing the end of our twenty-third year of operation, the Study Center in Bogliasco, Italy, has welcomed over 1000 Fellows from 61 different countries. In the 2018-2019 academic year, 60 Fellows from 20 countries have come to Bogliasco to work on projects that enrich the global cultural landscape.

Events

The Foundation frequently hosts special events in Italy and New York featuring projects developed by Fellows in residence.  Bogliasco Fellows also regularly exhibit, perform, and publish their acclaimed work around the globe.